Why would you want the blinker faster. They should blink at factory specs.
my 2000 Chevy Van's left turn signal is clicking erratically. What should I do? Check your indicator light bulbs as one may be out. There could be an earthing problem if not the bulb.
turn signal relay fuse
That's usually an indication of a burned out bulb.
your rear bulb is blown - replace the bulb The turn signal blinks fast because the bulb is going out. That is also why the others dont blink.
turn signal relay is bad
If your blinker is blinking at a faster rate than normal, it usually means that one of the bulbs is out. For example, if the left turn signal blinks faster than usual, check either the front or the rear left turn signal. If both turn signals seem okay, check the front left parking light. (this is the front orange light that is on when your headlights are on)
Buy a "highway" turn signal flasher
The trun signal lever needs to be replaced.
Check your bulbs and your flasher.
This may very well be a problem with your ground connections at that turn signal.
Probably needs a fuse.
The turn signal flasher is about to die. Buy a new one ... they are cheap, usually under $10
The most likely cause is the turn signal flasher.
This is a common built in feature that is used to tell the vehicle driver that one of the turn signal bulbs is out.
If a turn signal does not blink on a 1996 Honda Accord that it is time for it to be changed. To change the bulb and locate the light housing and remove the older light. Replace the light.
Change the front turn signal light bulb. It's bad.
You either have a bulb burnt out or the turn signal flasher is bad.
One of the bulbs is burnt out.
You must be out of blinker fluid.
AnswerPossible a bad turn signal flasherYou more than likely have a blown bulb. if the flasher was bad the left side indicator on the dash would not blink. do a quick inspection around the car with the left side on and then the right, you will notice which bulb is blown.Hope this helps."85MGM"
The emergency flashers and the signal lights are separate systems. Each has it's own fuse, switch and flasher relay. If your turn signals light up but don't blink I would blame the signal flasher relay.
Maybe a short somewhere...did you replace the flasher unit? No - it was blinking spuradically(?) - now I have to blink it manually and it won't blink at all with lights on.
Bulb is burned out.